Projects - Sea Technology Services
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Projects Using Our Engineering

The Ski-Monkey Benthic Camera System was originally developed for the U.S. AMLR program and was used to identify Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems (VME’s) in Antarctica.  Sea Technology Services is currently developing the 3rd generation Ski-Monkey system.

The Acoustic Optical Sampler (AOS) is an ongoing project in collaboration with the Advanced Survey Technologies Program (AST) at NOAA’s Southwest Fisheries Science Center in La Jolla, San Diego.

The Fast Towed Camera system (FTC) is an ongoing project in collaboration with the Advanced Survey Technologies Program (AST) at NOAA’s Southwest Fisheries Science Center in La Jolla, San Diego.